“Authors of Their Own Destiny”: Three Formerly Incarcerated Men of Color and Their Paths to Activism.

Westlake, Ariela R.

Abstract: Arguably the most important civil rights issues of contemporary America, the prison industrial complex and mass incarceration disproportionately impact marginalized populations and communities, especially poor communities and people of Color, and has created a second-class citizenship for a growing body of formerly incarcerated people. This thesis explores the political biographies and r... read more

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Undergraduate Honors Theses
Prisoners--Civil rights--United States.
African Americans--Civil rights.
Tufts University. American Studies Program.
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